Contributing Editors



USstoragesearch.com Launches a New Blog

by Winnie Hsiu April 24, 2012 5:56 PM
This week, USstoragesearch.com is launching their latest blog site. Their original blog site had a steady and regular readership. Because of its growing popularity, USstoragesearch.com decided to launch a new website that shared a whole range of information relating to home life.

The new blog is called Everything Home. It focuses on many things pertaining to home life: kids, family fun, recipes, home organizations, and crafts. [More]

Self Storage Community Discusses Power of Blogging

by John Stevens March 30, 2011 8:43 AM
We all realize the power of technology can help a business thrive. Having a website is the first step to creating a strong internet presence. But driving traffic to your site on a continual basis takes determination and dedication. Search Engine Optimization (SEO) is essential for coming up high on the list when a customer searches for self storage. One way to do this is to create a blog for your website. [More]

Self Storage Blog Series Helps Inform Newbie Renters

by John Stevens March 14, 2011 8:36 AM
For new customers looking for self storage, the process can be daunting without some basic questions answered. Alleviating this stress is the impetus behind an informative blog series called “How to Use Self-Storage.” Offered by Storitz.com, the blog series addresses the intricacies of self storage use and answers an array of questions for new customers just tackling the storage rental process. [More]

Self Storage Companies Can Increase Customer Traffic to Website Using New Syndication Service

by John Stevens January 5, 2011 7:49 AM
Syndication is the buzz word in cyberspace lately. It can drive potential customers quickly to your website by linking it to thousands of related websites, such as a real estate. Usstoragesearch.com http://www.usstoragesearch.com/, a self storage directory featuring about 12,000 member facilities, recently launched its Self Storage Syndication Program, which continuously broadcasts new information from any participating self storage website to receiving sites, making the storage facility business more attractive and accessible to users. [More]

Using Social Media and Online Contests to Promote Self Storage Business

by John Stevens November 23, 2010 1:23 PM
When a storage company kicks off its website, it usually has taken a big step toward generating more revenue by using the Internet. It can increase sales even more by linking the website to partner sites and blogs. Storage facility owners and managers are also discovering that participating in social sites like Facebook and Twitter can create a buzz for their business. And now special promotions, some that involve online video contests are popping up. [More]

Seattle Blogger Posts Satirical Essay Making Fun of Treasure Hunters

by Winnie Hsiu September 1, 2010 8:41 AM
Poking fun at treasure hunters who go to garage sales, yard sales, and self storage sales looking for rare antiques, Seattle blogger Stephen Gertz mocked the literary establishment with a post at the Seattle Post-Intelligencer earlier this month. Gertz’ August 24 post claims that Baltimore bookstore clerk Kelvin Johnson, while hunting for treasure at a self storage sale, discovered a cache of rare cookbooks by authors not known for their culinary skills, such as Mark Twain, Charles Dickens, Edgar Allen Poe, James Joyce, Leo Tolstoy, and F. Scott Fitzgerald. [More]

Dry Cleaners and Brides Share Wedding Dress Storage Tips

by Winnie Hsiu June 8, 2010 10:01 AM
June is National Family Month, and according to the National Association of Wedding Ministers, it is also the month when couples are most likely to start their families by getting married. The average couple spends 16 months engaged and seven to 12 months planning the wedding, which typically costs around $22,000. After putting all that money and work into the wedding, most brides are eager to store photos, videos, and keepsakes that will help them to remember the special day. [More]
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